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Full Moon in Sagittarius I’ve been away from this blog for the past few months. The last post I published was in the middle of March, but I wrote that back in February. It’s been that long since I noticed a New Moon, a Full Moon, a planetary change. I didn’t even have anything to …

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Jo Tracey Astrology by Jo Tracey - 2M ago

New Moon  26 Pisces 53′, 18 March 2018 12.11am (Brisbane)   “One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” – Friedrich Nietzsche As I do each month at the New Moon I revisit my journal from the previous year. This time last year a dream was …

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Warning – long and technical post ahead… It’s my birthday tomorrow, and a birthday means that it’s time to look back at last years Solar Return, and look forward to the next one. The Solar Return (SR) Ascendant tells a lot about your approach to life in that year- and mine was very definitely an …

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Ok, to kick March off (how are we in March already?) we have a trifecta of aspects. I’ll deal with each of them one-by-one and let you join the dots. The forecast is pretty much for possible storms, but fining up later. Mercury square Mars Ok, this one comes with a storm warning. Do you …

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Venus sextile Pluto Venus in Pisces knows all about feelings. She mightn’t be able to talk about them, but she just knows…you know? The problem with Pisces, though, is that her boundaries are so…non-existent that it mightn’t occur to her that everyone else doesn’t have the sensitivity she has or feels the way she does. …

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Sun sextile Saturn Alright, I’ll keep this short today. Sun – Saturn sextiles are opportunities to get things done – yes, even when the Sun is in Pisces. Think discipline, concentration, head down bum up, attention to detail. All those things that are normally the furthest from your mind when the Sun is in Pisces…but …

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Question: What’s more Mercury in Pisces than Mercury in Pisces? Answer: When Mercury in Pisces is conjunct Neptune in Pisces And what do you do when Mercury is conjunct Neptune? Daydream, of course. Let your imagination soar, imagine the possibilities, follow where inspiration and fantasy leads… What not to do? Beat yourself up too much …

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Mercury sextile Saturn This one is about – as all Mercury/Saturn connections are at their essence – truth. In this case, the truth is in the details, and what you have is an opportunity to look at the fine print, the details you’d usually overlook, and dwell on them for a little while. Tweak a …

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I came across this beautiful poem the other day. It was in an episode of Lewis – an English crime series that I’m doing some serious binging on at the moment when I should be writing – procrastiwatching, I call it. The line ‘And the moonbeams kiss the sea’ was what got me. Just how …

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Jo Tracey Astrology by Jo Tracey - 3M ago

  I rarely go to the movies. It’s not that I don’t enjoy it, just that I have limited downtime and it isn’t a priority. The other night though, my daughter and I saw The Greatest Showman. Oh, the spectacle! We both loved it. On the way home, as we were talking and replaying the …

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